From the earliest years, Minnesota Seventh-day Adventists valued meeting with others of their faith. One of the first Adventist women in Minnesota shared in the Review and Herald her desire to meet with other Adventists - she longed for the spiritual support of fellow believers and wondered if she could "keep the faith" without it. In time, family and friends joined her and eventually she was part of a bustling little church. What a joy to see her dream of fellowship come true! We take such support for granted today, but if we reflect, we realize we've been blessed by many experiences such as camp meetings, Dorcas, Pathfinders, junior camps, and more. Join us as we reflect on these memories!
The Early Years (1869 - 1922)
The Anoka Years (1923 - 1955)
The Medicine Lake Years (1956 - 1963)
The Wandering Years (1964 - 1966)
The Maplewood Academy Years (1967 - Current)
Scandinavian-German Meetings (1870 - 1955)
North Star Camp